I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here! is returning to ITV this fall, with Coronation Street and Emmerdale going back up to six episodes per week.
ITV’s announcement ends uncertainty over whether I’m A Celebrity, hosted by Ant and Dec, will resume amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Britain’s Got Talent and The Voice UK will also restart production and additional episodes of soap operas will begin in September.
ITV boss Kevin Lygo was hopeful that new dramas would start to turn as well.
Lygo, who is the channel’s television director, said that after keeping Coronation Street and Emmerdale on the air for the past few months “our day [TV] never performed better and we had brand new entertainment shows on a Saturday, every week ”.
He added, “We’re in a better place than we thought and even though I don’t have a crystal ball, I hope that with a dozen dramas about to resume production, we don’t. will not be. watching rehearsals of the Midsomer murders in January after all. “
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ITV will also air a unique documentary titled I’m A Celebrity: A Jungle Story, which will celebrate the best moments of the show’s 19-year history.
He confirmed the return of The Million Pound Cube, hosted by Philip Schofield, as well as Family Fortunes with host Gino D’Acampo, as well as Supermarket Sweep, hosted by Rylan Clark-Neal, moving from ITV2 to ITV. during the day.
ITV2 will be showing a three-part special on Love Island, where the stars of the series reflect on their best tracks. On ITVBe, The Only Way Is Essex will return twice a week and celebrate its 10th anniversary with a special reunion show and 10 special programs.
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